According to T-Mobile, a quarter of students are consistently overspending on their mobile phone bills. So, to help students take back control of their spending T-Mobile has launched a unique new mobile plan, You Fix, which combines the benefits of its pay monthly plans with the flexibility and spend control of pay as you go.
Customers signing up to You Fix will get a set allowance of minutes, texts and a Flexible Booster for a fixed monthly amount, on a short 12 month plan.
For any more minutes or texts required, customers can then simply top–up as they would on pay as you go – meaning students get the peace of mind that they’ll never pay more than they are expecting at the end of the month.
However, they can also choose from a range of great value smartphones, including Android and BlackBerry, for a small payment upfront or for free, meaning that they can get the handset they want.
T-Mobile’s study revealed that almost one in three students (29 per cent) haven’t given a thought to the true financial cost of university despite consistent overspending on their phone bills, with over one in five (22 per cent) spending more than £20 a month.
When questioned, only a quarter (24 per cent) admitted that they would actively look for ways of cutting their monthly phone bill to reign in their overall expenditure.
You Fix gives students access to the newest handsets whilst preventing them from running up massive bills. Customers sign up to a 12 month plan at a fixed monthly price. They can choose one of three different prices:
Any one of seven free Flexible Boosters are included at the customers choice in the monthly price, allowing access to additional services such internet access, and can be changed each month if they wish to meet the needs of changing lifestyles.
For more information visit: t-mobile.co.uk/youfix
To celebrate the launch of You Fix, T-Mobile is giving away two of the latest BlackBerry Curve 9360 smartphones, worth up to £300. Featuring real-time social alerts and one-click messaging, the 9360 is the perfect handset for socialable students.
To win 1 of 2 of the latest BlackBerry Curve 9360 smartphones, answer this simple question:
Q: What is the name of T-Mobile’s latest plan to help students control their spending??
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Closing date: This competition closes on December 11, 2011.
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